Work for secular government in 2014: Lalu Prasad
Patna: The RJD will work to install a secular government in New Delhi following the 2014 polls, Lalu Prasad said here Sunday after he was re-elected as the party chief for the eighth consecutive term.
Lalu Prasad was re-installed the national president of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Sunday at a party session in this Bihar capital city.
"The RJD will work hard to put a secular government at the centre after 2014 Lok Sabha polls and in Bihar after 2015 state assembly polls," Lalu Prasad told reporters.
The party`s returning officer and Lok Sabha member, Jagadanand Singh officially announced Lalu Prasad re-elected the national president of the RJD here.
Party MP Ram Kripal Yadav said that nearly 700 delegates from 26 states attended the open session.
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